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Observations on natural Infection of Culex pipiens Linnaeus var. pallens Coquillett with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold in Woosung District, Shanghai, China



Observations on natural Infection of Culex pipiens Linnaeus var. pallens Coquillett with Wuchereria bancrofti Cobbold in Woosung District, Shanghai, China



Chinese med. J 47: 11-12, 1367-1372



In the first paper, experiments are described in which 48 out of 88 females of Culex pipiens var. pallens Coq., that had fed on a patient harbouring rnicrofilariae of Filaria (Wuchereria) bancrofti were found to contain active infective larvae after an incubation period of 13-32 days, the average number being 3.9 per mosquito.

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